Well, superhot seeds in South Africa are superhard to find, but a local nursery did have a young plant back in early Spring (August for me) and I managed to keep it alive and finally harvested around 30 of the fruit which are way hotter than anything I'm used to!
Let's hope the seeds are viable, and not an F1...!
Like most other folk reading this thread, I really did have to give it a try, particularly when there was no cooking involved, and here it is -
I did manage to get some cool pouring jars which will make life easier I reckon, and I went with cloves of garlic as well as cloves of...well cloves!
I cannot find fresh Scotch Bonnets in South Africa - might have to import seeds which will be fun! - so I used 2 x Dorset Nagas...we'll see after a few days.
Nope - I didn't use 'em all...
Oh, the small jar in the last pic is the 'leftovers' jar, ala rooze, with blended cabbage, carrots, cayenne peppers, lime juice, hot English mustard powder, mild senf (German mustard), red wine vinegar, mayo, salt and pepper. Tried some on hot toast and it's a winner!
You may want to put a couple meters and packs of strips in your amazon cart and do the following:
To place your Amazon order from South Africa, simply go to Amazon.com and add the desired items to your shopping cart, then go to checkout and enter your address. At this point you should see if any items in your cart don’t qualify. Once you proceed, Amazon adds in all your fees and import duties up front and delivers your package via courier (Aramex), bypassing the slow and wildly unreliable South African Postal Service (SAPO).